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Description: Deaths: (4), Marriages (6)

Date: October 1906

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October 1906
Ontario-Canada



Proctor- In Newmarket on Sept 25 1906 Altie Dell beloved wife of Mr. D.A Proctor aged 40 years, 8 months and 11 days

Pratt- In Whitchurch Sept 17 Lancelot Alwys Pratt aged 2 years and 28 days

Traviss-At the residence of his son, on Gorham St., near Newmarket on Sept 25 1906, Charles Traviss, formerly of East Gwillimbury aged 88 years. Funeral this afternoon (Friday) Meet at the residence of Mr. Jas. A. Traviss at 1.30 p.m and interment at Queensville Cemetery

Young-On Yonge St. near Aurora Sept 25 1906 Joseph Young aged 68 years. A widow , two sons and two daughters survive

Fairbarn-Arnold- At the residence of the bride's mother, Sept 26 1906 by Rev. H.L Partridge, Mr. John Fairnbarb of Sharon to Miss Lydia daughter of Mrs. Alex Arnold of Queensville

Racine-Burch- At St. John's Church Newmarket on Sept 28 1906 By Rev P. Whitney Mr. Jas. Racine to Mrs. Frank Burch

Moffat-CorsonAt Collingwood Sept 19 1906 by Rev. John Williams, Miss May Corson to Mr. Andrew Moffat of Collingwood (Formerly of Newmarket)

Fenton-Rogers- On Monday the 24th Sept 1906 at the residence of the bride's parents Aurora by Rev. H.S Matthews of Toronto Louisa (Lulu) daughter of Dr. and Mrs. D.E Rogers to Herbert S. Fenton of Beeton

Lundy-Ironside- At Kew Beach on Sept 25 1906 by Rev J.W. Bell, Wilmot C. Lundy son of J. C. Lundy Esq., to Miss Christina daughter of Mr. John Ironside all of Newmarket

Rooney- Storks- At the residence of the bride's parents on Sept 26 1906 by Rev. W,H Chidley Thomas Rooney to Clara eldest daughter of Mr. Albert Stork

Submitted: 02/04/05

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